Those Who Hate the "New" Facebook, Say "I": Why You Need to Stay on Top of the Changes

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Most of you hate it, if I can venture a guess. Change is hard for most of us, and this is one of the biggest changes yet to the platform that everyone and their brother is on. And to think — there are more changes coming.

Even if you hate the new Facebook, what can you do about it? Boycott, sure. Broadcasting your hatred to the world via your Facebook wall seems to be how most of us are going about it. It’s inevitable that users will complain, but what they’re really missing out on — what actually changed.

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